Lastest East Hampton Live Music Law Public Hearing May 28 - 27 East

Lastest East Hampton Live Music Law Public Hearing May 28

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Singer-songwriter Nancy Atlas speaking at the last public discussion of the town's proposed amendments to the live music permit.

Singer-songwriter Nancy Atlas speaking at the last public discussion of the town's proposed amendments to the live music permit.

author on May 19, 2020
The East Hampton Town Board will hold a virtual public hearing on a proposal to amend the town’s live music permit requirements. Unlike past public hearings on the law, which... more

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